Tag Gianluca Giordano

Ignazio Gardella, rationalist gems in Alessandria

11-04-2019

Ignazio Gardella, rationalist gems in Alessandria

During one of the open days organised by FAI – the National Trust for Italy – when the general public can visit architectural monuments that are normally off-limits, the church of the former tuberculosis sanatorium in Alessandria very first building designed by Ignazio Gardella, one of Italy's great 20th century architects Ignazio Gardella was one of Italy's most important and influential architects and designers in the 1900s but very few people are familiar with his first work - the church of the “Sanatorio Antitubercolare Vittorio Emanuele III”, the old tuberculosis sanatorium, now the “Centro Riabilitativo Polifunzionale Teresio Borsalino”, a multipurpose rehabilitation centre in the city of Alessandria, Piedmont.

A refurbished printing shop

25-12-2018

A refurbished printing shop

Old industrial architecture is seeing a renaissance not only in the big cities but also in the provinces.

Expowall opens SGallery, a new space for art

28-11-2018

Expowall opens SGallery, a new space for art

Pamela Campaner and Alberto Meomartini of Expowall Gallery redouble their efforts to bring culture inside an industrial architecture in Milan.

Cino Zucchi, Ferran Adrià and Federico Zanasi, Dante Ferretti and Ralph Appelbaum for Nuvola Lavazza Turin

10-08-2018

Cino Zucchi, Ferran Adrià and Federico Zanasi, Dante Ferretti and Ralph Appelbaum for Nuvola Lavazza Turin

The fourth generation of entrepreneurs of a historic Italian brand, Lavazza, has put together a team of excellence in four different fields - architecture, food, scenic design and design - for the creation of the “Nuvola Lavazza”. Here the brand’s offices dialogue with spaces open to the public, including a gourmet restaurant, an interactive museum dedicated to the 120 years of history of the company and the headquarters of the Institute of Applied Art and Design (IAAD).

Nuvola Lavazza, urban regeneration in Turin, designed by Cino Zucchi

19-07-2018

Nuvola Lavazza, urban regeneration in Turin, designed by Cino Zucchi

Architect Cino Zucchi has designed Nuvola Lavazza as the new headquarters of the famous coffee company by redeveloping the disused area of the former power station in Turin's Aurora district.

Ivrea as UNESCO World Heritage Site

09-07-2018

Ivrea as UNESCO World Heritage Site

Italy now has its 54th UNESCO World Heritage Site, “Ivrea industrial city of the 20th century”, an acknowledgement of the entire system based on Adriano Olivetti’s humanistic concept, not just the individual buildings. Floornature’s editorial team has been keeping up with the entire process of acknowledgement, from candidacy onwards, recorded in photographs by Gianluca Giordano.

Girelli holiday camp in Ivrea, just declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

05-07-2018

Girelli holiday camp in Ivrea, just declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

For many years now, Floornature has been supporting the application of Ivrea, the Piedmont city famous for the brand and the architecture commissioned by Adriano Olivetti as a 20th-century industrial city.

A place of design, the 2.0 venue in Tortona

06-06-2018

A place of design, the 2.0 venue in Tortona

Chic eateries and trendy bars are synonymous with big cities in Italy, particularly Milan.

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